Meraki Configuration Guide

Meraki Configuration Guide

Zenreach Configuration

In order to associate your MR or MX access point(s) with your business information, Zenreach will need the MAC address of each individual access point that will be broadcasting the integrated SSID. You can find this information on the Meraki Cloud Controller.

Under the Monitor tab, click Access points and select the access point you wish to associate with your Zenreach account. Copy all MAC addresses found on this page and forward it to your Zenreach Account Manager. Without completion of this step, guests will receive a “404” error on the captive portal.

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Meraki Configuration

All configuration takes place in the Meraki Cloud Controller.

Configure Access Control

Under the Wireless, then Access Control tab (NOTE: for Meraki MX models it is Security Appliance, then Access Control tab), select the SSID for the guest network you wish to enable the Zenreach portal on. Set the network’s encryption scheme to open in the Association Requirements section. In the Splash page section, select the sign-on option with my RADIUS server selected in the adjacent dropdown. In the RADIUS for splash page section, enter
the following server information:

*Please reach out to your Zenreach Account Manager for this information. 

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Note: If the following RADIUS accounting feature is not available on your Meraki dashboard, skip this portion of the integration and proceed to the “Captive portal strength” and walled garden settings below. In the RADIUS accounting section, select RADIUS accounting is enabled in the dropdown, then enter the following server information:

*Please reach out to your Zenreach Account Manager for this information. 

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Also in Access Control page, set the following options:

*Please reach out to your Zenreach Account Manager for the anonymized information. 

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Configure Splash Page

Select the Wireless, then Splash page tab on the left (NOTE: for Meraki MX models it is Security Appliance, then Splash page), and select a custom URL. Enter the following information:

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Configure Location and Scanning

Under the Network-wide Settings tab, click General and scroll down to the Location and scanning section. Set the following options:

*Please reach out to your Zenreach Account Manager for the anonymized information. 

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You must append your validator code (shown under the “Validator” heading) to the end of the post URL. Press validate to confirm that the information entered is correct. We support both API Version 1 and 2.

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Walled Garden for Social Login

A walled garden is a list of websites whitelisted for access before the user is authenticated. Prior to enabling the Social Login feature, the walled garden will need to be configured for each of the respective social network.

Facebook

By default the Meraki Dashboard only accepts IP ranges in the walled garden. Add the following IP ranges to the Walled garden ranges:

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Twitter

The following IP addresses can be added to the walled garden for Twitter:

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For questions or comments about this integration guide, please contact partners@zenreach.com.

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